Bumdra Camp

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Paro, Bhutan
Paro Bhutan
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Besides the scenic beauty of Himalayan ranges you will be visiting the two most revered Buddhist pilgrimage sites in Bhutan, Bumdra and Taktshang Monastery. Bumdra means Rock of One Hundred Thousand Foot Prints. The legends say that a hundred thousand Dakinis (angels) descended here and left their footprints on the rock 800 years ago. Bumdra is about 3800m above sea level and the Taktshang Monastery is above 3100m above sea level. The campsite itself is at about 3800m and the highest point on the optional climb is 4,120m.

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Besides the scenic beauty of Himalayan ranges you will be visiting the two most revered Buddhist pilgrimage sites in Bhutan, Bumdra and Taktshang Monastery. Bumdra means Rock of One Hundred Thousand Foot Prints. The legends say that a hundred thousand Dakinis (angels) descended here and left their footprints on the rock 800 years ago. Bumdra is about 3800m above sea level and the Taktshang Monastery is above 3100m above sea level. The campsite itself is at about 3800m and the highest point on the optional climb is 4,120m.

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